Rome, Italy

Casacau

Rates per night from$244.87

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR214.41), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Studio Apartment

  • 2guests
This 25sqm apartment has attractive vintage trappings, with an antique door, fur-lined furnishings and art prints, including Georgia Galanti’s ‘Let’s Love’. There’s a double bed, small terrace, kitchenette (with a digital stove, kettle, coffee machine, cutlery, tableware, cookbooks, biscotti and pasta; a mini fridge filled with milk, butter, eggs, yoghurts and bottled water) and a bathroom with a sauna and shower. Each apartment has an Olivetti typewriter; an iPad; and air-conditioning.

Corner Apartment

  • 2guests
Big and bright, Apartment 4 (52sqm) has a marble-chip floor with sections of cement inlay, a lavish double bed-cum-art installation, and vintage knick knacks. The living area is furnished with elegant contemporary pieces – some with with statement gold accents – and there’s an open-plan kitchen and dining area with a cement table by Martin Bachmann. The kitchen has everything you need, including a digital stove, kettle, coffee machine, cutlery, tableware, cookbooks, biscotti and pasta; the mini fridge is filled with milk, butter, eggs, yoghurts and bottled water. In the sleeping area, there’s a raised double bed and an ensuite bathroom with a Turkish bath tub and views of the city square. The apartment also has an Olivetti typewriter, an iPad and air-conditioning. Overlooking the square, Apartment 5 (47sqm) has an open plan living and dining area, and a bedroom crowned by a reproduction of a Roman fresco – the original can be seen in the ‘room of Livia’ at the Palazzo Massimo. The kitchenette has a digital stove, kettle, coffee machine, cutlery, tableware, cookbooks, biscotti and pasta; a mini fridge is filled with milk, butter, eggs, yoghurts and bottled water. The bedroom has a double bed and a spacious bathroom with a Turkish bath tub. The apartment also has air-conditioning, and iPad and an Olivetti typewriter, recalling one of the greats of Italian design. The two apartments can be connected, sleeping four.

Master Apartment

  • 2guests
  • 2extra beds - free for ages 4 to 16
There are two master apartments. Apartment 6, on the top floor, this 70sq m apartment is decked out in retro furnishings from the 1960s and 1970s. There’s a kitchenette (with a digital stove, coffee machine, kettle, cutlery, tableware and cookbooks), a dining room, a living room with a sofa and fireplace, and a bedroom with two queen–size beds (sleeping up to two adults and one child, with views of the city. The bathroom has a Turkish bath and a separate shower. The apartment has an iPad, selection of books, free WiFi, minibar and daily newspaper. Measuring 56sq m, Apartment 7 has been decked out with quirky vintage details – artfully distressed prints, Seventies-style wallpaper, record players and kitsch dove ornaments. There's a master bedroom, which has a double bed with a wooden canopy, and a living and dining room with a sofabed. There’s an Olivetti typewriter; an iPad; a Sixties-style kitchenette with a digital stove, kettle, coffee machine, cutlery, tableware, cookbooks, biscotti and pasta; a mini fridge filled with milk, butter, eggs, yoghurts and bottled water; air-conditioning; and a bathroom with dainty wicker-edged mirrors, a bath tub and separate shower. Views of the Quirinal Palace can be seen from the bedroom and there’s an inward-facing terrace reached by climbing through a closet.

Apartment with Balcony

  • 2guests
  • 1extra bed - free for ages 4 to 16
This apartment has a Sixties-style kitchenette with a digital stove, kettle, coffee machine, cutlery, tableware, cookbooks, biscotti and pasta, and a mini fridge filled with milk, butter, eggs, yoghurts and bottled water. Gilded antique mirrors, an Olivetti typewriter, and quirky vintage finds imbue this space with plenty of character; there's an iPad too. Furnishings are a chic jumble of thrift-store finds, antiques and mod pieces which are tailored to fit the apartment’s unique trapeze shape. There's a large double bed in the bedroom (a baby cot or children's extra bed – for under-12s only – can be added on request), and there’s a balcony overlooking the main square. The bathroom has a Turkish bath tub and a separate walk-in rainfall shower.